Off the main lobby of Charleston Place, an Orient Express Hotel, is the hidden dining gem that serves delectable dishes. Open for breakfast and lunch, ... More
Off the main lobby of Charleston Place, an Orient Express Hotel, is the hidden dining gem that serves delectable dishes. Open for breakfast and lunch, diners can enjoy their meal either outdoors in a garden courtyard with large fountain or in the main dining room with tropical decor. Breakfast items include smoked salmon, a variety of omelets, Lowcountry Shrimp and Grits, or Chef's Specials. A Saturday buffet and Sunday brunch are exceptional. For lunch, try the Seafood Club, the 21 Burger, or the Charleston Cheese Steak. For coffee lovers, there is a choice of mild, medium or strong, served in a French press. - Natasha Lawrence
The Days Inn Charleston Historic District is conveniently situated a mile from Battery Park, the City Market, and Waterfront Park
and is just eight miles from the Charleston International Airport. Guests can roam the historic district or make excursions ...
Nestled In Charlestons historic district between the market and the waterfront park, the Anchorage Inn Charleston will make guests feel
right at home. The hotel makes tour reservations and dinner reservations and provides directions to wherever one would like ...
This scenic waterfront hotel is situated downtown on the banks of the beautiful Ashley River just a short drive to
The Historic District. The Courtyard by Marriott Downtown Riverview is a unique upscale hotel with 178 bright and spacious ...